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Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
Oct 26, 2014 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence; Ginsberg, Allen; Zamora, Daisy
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Daisy Zamora and Lawrence Ferlinghetti read original poetry, Allen Ginsberg reads poems by Nicanor Parra. Zamora's poems also read in English included, "Death's Makeup," and "What Hands in my Hands."
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Oct 26, 2014 Blaser, Robin
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Robin Blaser presents another of his famously unsummarizable lectures, in which he searches with us for guides on the journey "From there to here to where: writing." "There" is Blaser's early childhood in Idaho, living in a train car and learning about syphilis from a tent chautauqua. "Here" is the hell that, as Pound said, holding his hands across his heart, is "here." "Where" is the question of where we are now, and where we are going,...
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Oct 25, 2014 Rakosi, Carl
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Carl Rakosi reads and comments on an interview done with him for Conjunctions magazine, in which he discusses Zukofsky's editorship of Poetry Magazine; "Objectivism" as a term, a group, and a poetics; Rakosi's trouble writing and making a living; and other topics.
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Oct 24, 2014 Kyger, Joanne
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This is the second class in a series given by Joanne Kyger at the Naropa Institute in 1981 entitled Compassion for Place. Kyger looks heavily into Native American storytelling and poetry, focusing mainly on the plethora of Coyote Stories that are told in many different traditions, including here the Achomawi and Okanagan, and also on the works of native poets Jaime de Angulo and Simon Ortiz. This is class 1 of 12.
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Oct 24, 2014 Kyger, Joanne
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Joanne Kyger presents a class at Naropa Institute in which she reads the poetry of Simon Ortiz and Lewis MacAdams, listens to an interview done with Ortiz by MacAdams, and discusses Ortiz's ideas and poetics. This is tape 1 of 2.
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Oct 23, 2014 Waldman, Anne
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This first class of Waldman's graduate Gertrude Stein seminar centers on Stein's book The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. The class discusses their reading of the text in-depth and Waldman lectures on Stein's earlier life, her teachers, brother and her relationship with Alice B. Toklas.
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Oct 23, 2014 Waldman, Anne
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Anne Waldman, Rotating Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida, June 1980. Waldman presents a second class on Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, discussing the post-apocalyptic quality of the play, Shakespeare's genius, the nihilism and "modernity" of the play, its status as a "problem play" and its relationships with other of Shakespeare's problem plays. A love scene from Romeo and Juliet is compared with a love scene from Troilus and Cressida, and a passage from Milton is read...
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Oct 23, 2014 Waldman, Anne
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Anne Waldman, Rotating Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida, June 1980. Waldman presents a class on Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, discussing the historical, biographical, and cultural context of the play as well as exploring the main characters and reading from the more famous speeches of the play. (Continued on 80P140). This is class 1 of 4.
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Oct 23, 2014 Waldman, Anne
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An Anne Waldman reading. Introduced by Allen Ginsberg, Waldman reads eleven of her poems including "Cable blue mosque."
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Oct 23, 2014 Waldman, Anne
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One in a series of classes given by Anne Waldman on the work of Gertrude Stein at the Naropa Institute. In this class Waldman focuses on Stein's play Four saints in three acts, reading from the play and discussing its background, language, and production.
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Oct 23, 2014 Snyder, Gary
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Gary Snyder chairs a colloquium consisting of unnamed faculty members in which they discuss art in terms of right occupation, entertainment. product, process, morality, quality, and one's audience.
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Oct 23, 2014 Kyger, Joanne
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Joanne Kyger concludes a class by reading Simon Ortiz's "The saga of coyote" and discussing its parallels in Western culture and mythology. This is tape 2 of 2.
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Oct 23, 2014 Tallman, Warren
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A class on Robert Creeley taught by Warren Tallman in 1991 at Naropa. Tallman's role in the San Francisco Renaissance put him in contact with many authors that shaped the later 20th century, including Charles Olson and Allen Ginsberg, which gives him a unique perspective on the poetry and life of Robert Creeley. In this class Tallman discusses Creeley's poems Kore, The Gift, and Somewhere.
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Oct 22, 2014 Whalen, Philip
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Philip Whalen talking about Writers on writing. He opens by reading "the art of fiction" by Henry James and then "composition as explanation" by Gertrude Stein. He offers commentary during these readings intermittently. He then talks about time, relativity and his writing process. As he continues, he begins to mention specific writers and their writing and how they were influenced or how they influenced him. He speaks of Virginia Wolfe, Rilke, Faulkner, "The Sound and...
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Oct 22, 2014 Whalen, Philip
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A lecture, "Writers On Writing," delivered at the Naropa Institute June 24, 1987. Whalen spends the majority of the lecture discussing various practices of Zen Buddhism. Whalen also discusses the work of Richard Deurden, Gertrude Stein and Leslie Scalapino.
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Oct 22, 2014 Whalen, Philip
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Second portion of Philip Whalen lecture "Writers on Writing" that begins with PW talking about the book "Magnetic Fields." There is then more discussion regarding Gertrude Stein where PW mentions the "Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas" as good insight into Stein's process and work. He then talks about musical literature in response to an audience question where he mentions the book "The Banquet Years." Then he reads portions of "Tender Buttons"...
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Oct 22, 2014 Whalen, Philip
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Final portion of a Philip Whalen lecture. This portion of the lecture is just a series of questions and answers primarily dealing with vocabulary: its importance and ways to improve. Series 87P047 and 87P048
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne; Whalen, Philip
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Philip Whalen and Allen Ginsberg read poetry at the Naropa Institute. Whalen reads "The 20th of July 1958," "Denunciation," "Hymnus ad patrum," "Something nice about myself," "Manifesto 1959," "Awake a moment," "Late afternoon," "The great beyond Denver," "Theophany," and others. Ginsberg reads "Cyanide water in Pittsburgh," "Reading the newspapers can drive you mad," "Freedom of...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
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Final discussion in an Allen Ginsberg class on poetry. Anne Waldman teaches jointly, they emphasize the way a poem is meant to be read as well as different possibilities for brainstorming as a group.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen; Rakosi, Carl
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Objectivist poet Carl Rakosi continues a lecture on Objectivism and his own work. The conversation focuses on poetry's relation to politics and the social. Rakosi, Allen Ginsberg, and the students in the audience discuss and debate whether poetry has political influence, the difference between poetry and history, and Rakosi's "existential" view of poetry.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen; Ginsberg, Allen
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The first tape in a two part series which is a class taught by Allen Ginsberg. Subject matter includes the life and work of Jack Kerouac. This is part 1 of 2.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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The second tape in a two tape series covering political poetics and the Russian poets. Also included are readings of the work of Pablo Neruda and the conept of imagination and emotional breakthrough.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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This is the second portion of a class on Autobiographical Poetry/Writing. The class begins with Allen Ginsberg (AG) talking about the upcoming protest at Rocky Flats and there is much discussion about logistics. The class then reads from Reznikoff's Volume I and students begin sharing their material. Intermitently during the student readins, Allen provides feedback and gives concrete examples from their respective works on how to condense and improve the immediacy of the writing. Allen then...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg Class on Autobiographical Poetry. He has the students read their respective pieces that relate to autobigraphy and then he reads many sections of Reznikoff's autobiographical poetry. He mentions David Copes "Quiet Lives" and Joe Brainards's poem, "I Remember" as good resources for this style of writing. He also talks about Kerouac's book movie and methods for list making and fact organizing so that poem is a quick flash of images that have structured one's...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg 19th Century Poetics class on Coleridge. AG reads many lines from "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" with discussion around the language, imagery and structure. He then acquaints the poem to being a parable about junk because Coleridge was a junky. AG then reads "The Aeolian Harp", "Ode to the departing year", "This lime tree bower, my prison", "Dejection in ode" and "To Lewti." There is a discussion regarding the word...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg 19th Century Poetics: Wordsworth's "Prelude." This class goes through a series of pieces of Wordsworth's Prelude. This is a very long poem separated into books. AG reads aloud from Books 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10. There is commentary intermittently dispersed through each reading and comparisons of Wordsworth to other authors. In the beginning of the class, there is a long digression on synchronicity, as Book 5 has "Spots of Time" which is a recount of a dream...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg class, 19th century poetry begins with continued discussion of Wordsworth's "Prelude" from class on 81P167. Ginsberg reads from Book 11 Line 106, Book 12 line 208 and Book 14 lines 10-61. There is some discussion of Reznikof and his Five Groups of Verse. Then the class moves on to Coleridge's Kubla Khan, which is read aloud and discussed.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg class on 19h Century Poetry. This class begins with a class organizing and distribution of papers and handouts. The discussion begins with background and catchup regarding Blake's 6th book and leads into the lecture for the day which is a line by line breakdown and discussion of Blake's 7th book. The material is read with detail and explanantion of symbology with some comparison to Shelley's "Triumph of Life." This class also incorporates a discussion about the Four...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A class in an Allen Ginsberg course on expansive poetics. The class opens with Ginsberg talking about the painter/poet Marsden Hartley. Ginsberg reads Hartley's I admire my native city, Spring, Drama number one, and Window cleaner to nude mannequin. The class does a choral reading of Vachel Lindsay's The Congo and talks about Lindsay's life. Ginsberg reads William Carlos Williams' To Elsie and a section of The Clouds. He ends the class by talking about Jaime de Angulo, and reads a portion of...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg class on Expansive Poetry. This class begins with AG talking about the change in writing as time and technology progressed with repsect to voyage writing and travel accounts. He reads from Carpenter's "The secret of time and satan" and then there is a digressive conversation about meditation and being mindful and the San Franscisco New School. Then the class reads Dunan's "The lightfoot hears you and the darkness begins" and there is talk about the...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Tape 3 in an 11 tape series of a class taught by Allen Ginsberg on Expansive Poetics. Subject matter includes some discussion of the Russian Futurists and two short readings by Russian Futurist writers.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Tape 2 in an 11 tape series of a class taught by Allen Ginsberg on Expansive Poetics. Subject matter includes background on the Russian Futurists as well as the reading of works by Paul Klebnikov.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg class on Expansive Poetics. He opens by talking about Pushkin and reads his "The Prophet," "Message to Syberia" and a couple others. He then moves to American `19th century authors and talks about Edgar Allen Poe and reads "The Bells" and "Anabelle Lee." He then talks about rhythm and the spondee and goes into great details explaining and giving examples of different meters. He defines meter and foot. Then he moves into Herman Mellville and...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg subtitutes for a workshop class taught by Tom Pickard recorded April 1, 1981 at Naropa. In this class, Allen discusses poetic composition using Corso, Marshall,Spicer, Kerouac, Blake, Pound, Williams, Bunting and others as examples. Later, students present their work and Ginsberg gives critiques often discussing the methods of composition, structureing, and selection of vocabulary in poetry. Continued on 81P110
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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This is a class on Shakespeare's Tempest, taught by Allen Ginsberg, from August 20, 1980 at Naropa. At the outset, Ginsberg explains that instead of reading the whole play through, he will touch on important lines in each Act and scene and explore them deeply. In this recording he discusses Act IV scenes 1 through 3 with various digressions and explications on Shakespeare's metaphores and quotes from Elizabethan poets, Calderon's La Vida Es Sueno and Henry King's image of a bubble. This is...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute April 28, 1980. The majority of the class is spent reading and discussing the work of the poets John Suckling and Andrew Marvell. The work of Anne Bradstreet, Abraham Cowley, Richard Crawshaw, Thomas Carew, and Richard Lovelace is also discussed. This is class 26 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A literature class, "Basic Poetics," taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute April 21, 1980. Ginsberg and class begin by discussing the poetry of Hart Crane and John Milton with regards to prosody. Ginsberg spends most of the rest of the class reading from and discussing John Milton's Paradise Lost. This is class 24 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A literature class taught by Allen Ginsberg at The Naropa Institute, April 14, 1980. Ginsberg and class read and discuss the poetry of Hart Crane, George Herbert, Henry King and Dylan Thomas. Ginsberg also speaks extensively about the notions of condensation, vision and meter. This is class 23 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A continuation of a Basic Poetics Class taught by Allen Ginsbergin 1980 at Naropa. In this class Ginsberg covers William Shakespeare's Sonnets. Topics include reading the sonnets as a novel of a love triangle between Shakespear, a young man, and the Dark Lady. Some works discussed and read include Sonnets 20 (the key to the sonnets), 18, 29, 33, 57 (the S and M sonnet), 64, 65, 73, 94, 116, 129, 144, 147, 152, and 153. This is class 16 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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The eleventh in a series of a basic poetics class taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this class he continues his discussion of Basil Bunting, Campion and Dowland. Works read and discussed include Thou Must Home to Shadow Underground and Follow Thy Fair Sun by Campion. This is class 11 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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A continuation of the thirteenth class on Basic Poetics taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this tape the class discusses Hart Crane and Sir Phillip Sydney. This is class 13 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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The fourth in a series of a basic poetics class taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa. In this class he continues his discussion of Old English poetry stressing this time the alliterative aspects of the verse. Also included is Old Anglo-Saxon alliterative verse such as Beowulf and Sir Gwain and the Green Knight then shifts into The Age of Anxiety by W. H. Auden (who in this 100 pg. poem uses Old English meter and Anglo-Saxon alliteration) to draw a fine juxtaposition in the evolution and...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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This is the 3rd session of a class in basic poetics taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at the Naropa Institute. In this class, Ginsberg discusses H. Phelps Putnam, and reads Putnam's Hasbrook and the rose. He then reads and discusses Geoffrey Chaucer's Merciless beauty in conjunction with Ezra Pound's Cantos 81. After discussing alliteration and other aspects of verse, he reads and discusses Pound's translation of The sea-farer. He reads three different versions of Langland's Piers Plowman, and...
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Continuation of a Basic Poetics class by Allen Ginsberg in 1980. In this class he explores the world of 13th-15th C. poetry. "Drop this poetry like acid," says Allen. This is class 2 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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The first session of a class in basic poetics taught by Allen Ginsberg in 1980 at Naropa Institute. This session discusses Shakespeare's poetry and the Lyric and Ballad poets, juxtaposing these with Modernist, Futurist, and contemporary poets such as William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound, Charles Reznikoff, and David Cope, to show the evolution and direction of poetics. Ginsberg ends the session by reading extensively from Cope's selected works. This is class 1 of 33.
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Oct 22, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Part two of a two part series in which Allen Ginsberg discusses the life and work of Jack Kerouac in relation to himself and other figures of the literary scene. Includes some readings from Kerouac's piece entitled, "Vanity of Duluoz." This is part 2 of 2.
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Oct 21, 2014 Ginsberg, Allen
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Allen Ginsberg concludes a class on "Spiritual Poetics" with a discussion of the difference between good and great poetry, "bodhisattva magnanimity," and magic in Anne Waldman's "Fast-speaking woman." (Continued from 74P002) This is part 3 of 3.
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Oct 21, 2014 Eshleman, Clayton
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A Class taught by Clayton Eshleman on the work of Cesar Vallejo. Eshleman addresses his own translations of Vallejo and the topic of translation in general as well as reading some translations.
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Oct 21, 2014 diPrima, Diane
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A Diane di Prima reading, accompanied by Art Landy. Di Prima reads poems that span her career until that point, including "Loba" poems.
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Oct 20, 2014 Codrescu, Andrei
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Andrei Codrescu, Workshop, Exquisite Corpses. Andrei Codrescu presents a workshop in which students write, read and discuss exquisite corpses.
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Oct 20, 2014 Codrescu, Andrei
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Second half of faculty reading from Summer Writing Program. Andrei Codrescu finishes the excerpt from his novella.
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Oct 19, 2014 Ellsworth, Michelle; Heit, Stephanie; Spiers, Bethany; Taylor, Steven; Vicuna, Cecilia; Waldman, Anne
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This is a fund raising event held in Boulder, CO on July 24, 2005 at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art to raise funds for the Naropa University Archive. Featured performers are Michelle Ellsworth, Steven Taylor, Cecilia Vicuna, and Anne Waldman.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hollo, Anselm
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This is a recording of a class taught by Anselm Hollo on hermeticism. He dialigues with the class about such aspects of hermeticism as exile, language, archetype, religion, and specific writers who have hermetic traits. Hollo also discusses alchemy, Arabian roots of math and science, and some Buddhist concepts. In this tape the students read a piece of their poetry for the class to workshop aloud.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hollo, Anselm
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The second in a pair of workshops by Anselm Hollo on hermeticism. Hollo discusses historical versus private hermeticism, and historical hermeticism in philosophy, religion and heresy. He also discusses a number of writers in terms of hermeticism, including Charles Olson, William Carlos Williams, James Joyce and Gertrude Stein. At the end of the class the students read and discuss their work.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hollo, Anselm
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An Anselm Hollo workshop on hermeticism. Hollo discusses many aspects of hermeticism, including exile, language, archetype, religion, and writers who have led a hermetic life. He also discusses alchemy, Arabian roots of math and science, and some Buddhist concepts.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hollo, Anselm
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A class taught by Anselm Hollo at the Naropa Institute July 31, 1980. Hollo and class discuss various translators, poems in translation, and issues around translation. Hollo ends the class by reading two of his own translations. This is part 2 of 3.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hollo, Anselm
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A class taught by Anselm Hollo July 31, 1980 at the Naropa Institute. The series concludes with Hollo and class informally discussing politics and translation. This is part 3 of 3.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise
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In the class, Hawkins takes an interdisciplinary approach to the pedagogy of writing by exposing the students to a variety of writings both fictive and crititcal following the motto that 'education is teaching someone how to learn for the rest of their lives.' The discussion includes William James and experience, Colette and autobiographical writing, and reading selections from Colette's Earthly paradise. The class ends with a free-ranging conversation among the class participants. This is...
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Oct 17, 2014 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise
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A writing class by Bobbie Louise Hawkins from 1978 at Naropa Institute. In this class Bobbie explore an interdisciplinary approach to pedigogy following the motto, "Education is teaching someone how to learn for the rest of their lives." In this Bobbie does not discuss writing explicitly, but rather reads from various works, both literary and critical to create an atmosphere of indipendant exploration in learning. This is class 1 of 3.
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Oct 17, 2014 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise
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A reading by Bobbie Louise Hawkins. She reads narratives from her collection, "Almost Everything," prefaced by a brief explanation of the material.
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Oct 17, 2014 Augustine, Jane
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Tape 1 of 2 containing a class taught by Jane Augustine. Topics include gender politics, the power structures inherent in sex, and Buddhism. Augustine cites the work of such writers as Helen Cixous, Luce Iragaray, and Julia Kristeva.
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Oct 17, 2014 Brown, Rebecca; Delany, Samuel R.; Evenson, Brian; Kapil Rider, Bhanu
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A Panel recorded June 22, 2004 during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University, on Narrative and Identity, Brian Evenson, Chair. Panelists are Samuel R. "Chip" Delaney, Rebecca Brown, and Bhanu Kapil. Topics cover personal identity vs. narrative identity, writing from the other, experimental narrative and experimental identity, structure and identity, code and catagory in identity, stable and unstable identities and narrative. The Panel is followed with a Q&A.
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Oct 16, 2014 Tysh, Chris
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Chris Tysh workshop. Tysh presents an overview of possibilities for application (or possibly mis-application) of the theories of Marx, Freud, and Lacan to writing. Tysh concentrates on how writing can mirror-- in distorting and creative ways-- the world, the I, and experience.
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Oct 16, 2014 Brossard, Nicole; Collom, Jack; Evans, George; Evenson, Brian; Glave, Thomas; Henderson, David; Mullen, Harryette; Owen, Maureen; Seko, Julie; Sikelianos, Eleni; Waldman, Anne; Wasserman, Jo Ann; Zamora, Daisy
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A colloquium of the Summer Writing Program. The faculty of the Summer Writing Program give synopsis of the themes and ideas which the addressed in each of their classes. Anne Waldman is chair of the colloquium.
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Oct 15, 2014 Clay, Steve; Wille, Andrew
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A Steve Clay interview, Conversation on Craft. Andrew Wille interviews Steve Clay about being the publisher of Granary Books. They focus on the history, the process, the technology, and the use of collaboration.
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Oct 15, 2014 Cope, David
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David Cope, July 1980. Cope continues his reading and discussion of Charles Reznikoff, including "Just before the sun goes down." This is class 2 of 4.
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Oct 15, 2014 Clausen, Andy
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Andy Clausen gives lecture on Vladimir MAyakovski. He begins by giving some historical information about his life and the events occuring in the USSR at this time. He reads Myakovski's "And yet," sections of "The clouded trousers" and "Order Number 2" aloud. This tape ends with the beginning of "La Parisian" being read aloud. Related tape 80P133. This is class 1 of 2.
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Oct 15, 2014 Berkson, Bill
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A class, "Transmitting," taught by Bill Berkson at the Naropa Institute June 21, 1978. Among the various topics covered in Berkson's lecture: D.H. Lawrence, Rudy Burkhardt, Willem de Kooning, Clark Coolidge, John Cage, Alex Katz and Charles Reznikoff. Berkson also reads and discusses his poem "Negative." This is class 2 of 2.
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Oct 15, 2014 Coolidge, Clark
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A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 3, 1980. Coolidge speaks about the painter Duras focusing on his painting "Melancholia" and the philosophy behind it. Coolidge then spends the rest of the class reading his long poem "Melancholia" written in response to Duras. This is class 2 of 2.
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Oct 15, 2014 Coolidge, Clark
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A class taught by Clark Coolidge July 2, 1980. Coolidge spends the class reading from Timon Of Athens. This is part 3 of 4.
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Oct 15, 2014 Coolidge, Clark
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A class taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute June 30, 1980. Coolidge spends the majority of the class "introducing" Shakespeare to his students. To illustrate he reads from Antony And Cleopatra and Timon Of Athens as well as from Melville's Moby Dick and Kerouac's Visions Of Cody. This is part 1 of 4.
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Oct 15, 2014 Coolidge, Clark
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A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Clark Coolidge at the Naropa Institute July 2, 1980. Coolidge finishes reading Timon Of Athens to the class culminating with Q & A session. This is part 4 of 4.
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Oct 14, 2014 Dorn, Ed
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This is the second class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. Disscussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Influences on "Gunslinger" Continued discussion and reading of "Gunslinger" Dorn's early experiences in the West. The Dive-away car life and being on the road, pre-Jack Kerouac. Writing "Gunslinger". This is part 1 of 2.
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Oct 14, 2014 Moore, Thurston
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Recorded March, 9th, 2006 at the Boulder Theater, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth performs his poetry and music as part of a benifit for Burma Life and La Casa de la Esperanza. For the first half of the recording, Thrurston reads poems from his books, Alabama Wildman, What I like About Feminism and Nice War, the latter two in their entirety. The second half is a set of songs mostly from the Sonic Youth Ep, Rather Ripped (release date, June 2006) including, Lights Out, Incinerate, Sleeping Around,...
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Oct 14, 2014 Strangers Die Every Day
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Strangers Die Everyday, recorded live on Digital Media at Boulder Theater March 9th, 2006 as part of a benefit for Burma Life and La Casa de la Esparanza.
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Oct 13, 2014 Dawson, Fielding
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Fielding Dawson continues his fiction workshop at the Naropa Institute, discussing the usefulness and dangers of ambition, and presenting tips for writing a novel. This is part 2 of 2.
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Oct 13, 2014 Bye, Reed; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
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Reed Bye reads pieces including "Life and Death," "Life and Death," and "Simple House," and "To a Prisoner Waiting." Anne Waldman reads pieces including "Stones," "Waiting," and "Animals." Allen Ginsberg reads his "Ode to Failure," a Sapphic poem, and "Classical Bathtub Thoughts" among others. continued from 80P171
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Oct 13, 2014 Bye, Reed
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Reed Bye, Hamlet, August 1980. Reed Bye presents a class in the series "Rotating Shakespeare" on the play Hamlet. Bye describes the history of criticism on Hamlet and the origins of the Hamlet story, then presents a cosmological interpretation of Hamlet. The class then reads through the play, interspersing the reading with discussion of individual scenes. (Continued on 80P162). This is class 1 of 4.
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Apr 1, 2012 Tallman, Warren
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Warren Tallman contrasts the attitude toward language of the poets of the modern period (which he defines as spanning 1600 to 1900) and those of the postmodern period (spanning in his definition 1900 to the present), and prophesies the imminent return of "personal poetry" to the fore. Using examples from Chaucer, Yeats and Donne, Tallman proposes that consonants lead the mind to speech, while vowels lead it to song. Other topics covered include Freud and Jung (including a discussion...
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Apr 1, 2012 Kyger, Joanne
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Part one of a class traught by Joanne Kyger in July 1977. In this class Joanne reads from her South Sea journals. She makes additional personal notes on the journals and the class discusses what she has read. This is the 4th class in a series.
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Mar 31, 2012 Bye, Reed; Corso, Gregory; Elmslie, Kenward; Foye, Raymond; Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
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[by Ann] End of a colloquium on collaboration which starts on 88P007.
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Mar 31, 2012 Corso, Gregory
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Class instructed by Gregory Corso on archaic language and tailoring the poem. The class discussion includes Egyptian language, Count St. German, magic, obsolete words, and student works. This is class 5 of 8.
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Mar 31, 2012 Dorn, Ed
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Ed Dorn finishes his reading with "Period Westerns" and "An Opinion on a Matter of Public Safety."
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Mar 31, 2012 Dorn, Ed
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This is the first class in a series taught by Ed Dorn in the summer of 1977. In this class the works of Edward Abbey are contrasted with JB Jackson's. Also a History of the Mayans and Aztecs are given with selection read from Aztec writing. The class continues on the next tape 7P006. This is part 1 of 2.
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Mar 31, 2012 Rakosi, Carl
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Mar 31, 2012 Waldman, Anne
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Second half of an Anne Waldman class about language and consciousness. This half of the class is devoted to student work, assignments, and a writing exercise. (Continued from 86P037)
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Mar 31, 2012 Waldman, Anne
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A class given by Anne Waldman on the work of Gertrude Stein. Waldman gives background on herself, Stein, and the various artists and cultural influences on Stein's context of twentieth century France.
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Jun 27, 2008 Open Mind
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Guest: Yorkin Drazen, Ruth Theme: Medicine
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The Virtual Worlds video archive is dedicated to the academic investigation and historical preservation of documentation of virtual worlds. This collection is a collaborative effort of the How They Got Game Project of the Stanford Humanities lab, as part of the Preserving Virtual Words project funded by the National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program (NDIIPP) funded by the U.S. Library of Congress. Groups at the University of Illinois, University of Maryland, and Rochester...
Topics: virtual world, virutal worlds, metaverse, second life, wolrd of warcraft
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Mar 20, 2008
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A PDF containing photos related to the Tim Leary Archives.
Topic: Tim Leary
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Mar 19, 2008 David Cope
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David Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars". He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets. Resnikov, Hartley, etc. Gergory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche continues on 80P125. This class is part 4 of 4.
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Mar 19, 2008 Tim Leary
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This is a compilation item: each of these PDFs should be transferred into it's own item.
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Mar 6, 2008
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February 29, 2008 Topics: intro, feeds (library catalogs and ONIX), coverthing, full text, book reviews
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Feb 26, 2008 Whalen, Philip
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A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Philip Whalen at the Naropa Institute August 8, 1980. Whalen continues his lecture and discussion into Shakespeare's play Pericles. Whalen opens the class us for discussion. This is part 2 of 3.
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Feb 26, 2008 Whalen, Philip
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A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Philip Whalen August 6, 1980. Whalen speaks at length about the historical circumstances of Shakespeare's play Pericles. Whalen spends the majority of the class reading from the play. This is part 1 of 3.
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Feb 26, 2008 Kapil Rider, Bhanu; Mullen, Laura; Polito, Robert; Yau, John
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A prose panel from week 3 of the Summer Writing Program at Naropa in 2002, featuring Robert Polito the art of Jim Thompson discussing briefly Ida Lupino, Jim Thompson & the WPA and on the composition of his book on Thompson, Savage Beauty, ending with brief note on Bob Dylan's Time out of Mind and Love and Theft. Laura Mullen reads a cycle of vignettes on composition. John Yau reads an essay on Andy Worhol titled, "Double Self-Portrait." This panel is followed with a Q&A...
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Feb 26, 2008 Whalen, Philip
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A class, "Rotating Shakespeare," taught by Philip Whalen at the Naropa Institute August 8, 1980. Whalen continues discussing Pericles and Shakespeare in general. This is part 3 of 3.
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Feb 25, 2008 The Open Mind
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Theme: biography Guest: Fred Allen & Steve Allen
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Theme: Foreign Affairs Guest: Aryeh Neier Date: 1998/09/16
Topic: Aryeh Neier, Foreign Affairs